By Brand

CSAROHSpeedy Wheels

By Vehicle

Our Current Deals

The Latest News

Why Does City Driving Wear Out Tyres Faster? | Tyrepower

Why Does City Driving Wear Out Tyres More Quickly?

While drivers can avoid slamming on the accelerator and brakes to some extent, the stop-start nature of city driving inevitably wears out tyres faster.

A Guide to Driving in Sand | Tyrepower

A Guide to Driving in Sand

Read about how to prepare for sand driving, such as reducing tyre pressure, best driving habits while on the sand and what to do if you get bogged.

How Long Should Tyres Last? | Tyrepower

How Long Should Tyres Last?

A tyre’s lifespan is difficult to determine and is affected by a variety of factors including climate, air pressure, tyre design and your driving habits.

How Does Tyre Pressure Influence Your Fuel Economy?

How Does Tyre Pressure Influence Your Fuel Economy?

The air pressure in your tyres supports the entire weight of your car. Maintaining the correct tyre pressure is essential for keeping you and other road...

Get the Power of ProFleet

Tyrepower Fleet

Need vehicle servicing, repairs, accommodation and more for your business vehicles?
With Tyrepower ProFleet, your fleet of vehicles gets priority booking at over 270 Tyrepower locations across Australia and New Zealand.

Find out more

Tyrepower Card

Tyrepower Fleet Card

As one of Australia’s leading multibranded fuel cards, the Tyrepower Fleet Card gives you the power of so much more.

Find out more
Phone call

What’s happening in Craig’s world? May 2017 2

Craig Lowndes has renewed his contract with Triple Eight Race Engineering for another two years.

The team is thrilled to confirm that the TeamVortex driver will remain with the squad until at least the end of the 2019 Supercars Championship season.

“I’m really happy to be staying with Triple Eight for at least another two years,” said Lowndes. “I’ve been here a long time now and we’ve enjoyed a great amount of success together over the years.

“I’ve always said that if I’m still motivated and I’m still competitive, then I’ll keep going. We finished fourth in the championship last year and I’m enjoying racing as much as I ever have, so it was a no-brainer for me to continue.

“Staying on with Triple Eight was always my first choice, so it’s a great feeling for the rest of this year knowing that I’m going to be continuing where I am for the foreseeable future.”

The three-time series winner joined the Brisbane-based team at the start of 2005. In the 12 full seasons since the partnership began, Lowndes has finished either second or fourth in the championship every year. He has also won five Bathurst 1000 crowns in the renowned no. 888 supercar, taking his total to six wins and marking him as a legend of Mount Panorama.

Triple Eight Managing Director Roland Dane is delighted to extend the relationship with the driver who took a risk on an unproven team over a decade ago: “Craig really is part of the family here and it’s terrific that he wants to continue with us for another two years.

“We’ve achieved an awful lot during his time with Triple Eight and we aim to continue building on that into the future with more race wins and of course another Bathurst win.

“There was never a question mark for me over whether we wanted Craig to stay with the team and I’m pleased we’ve been able to confirm the extension relatively early in the season.”

TeamVortex’s naming rights partner, Caltex, is thrilled that Lowndes will be continuing on in the sport.

“Caltex has been by Craig’s side for more than ten years, and this is our second year as the naming rights partner of TeamVortex,” said Karen Bozic, Caltex’s Acting Executive General Manager – Retail & Convenience. “We are excited that Craig will keep on racing.”

Lowndes currently sits eighth in the championship after a stunning drive in Perth just over a week ago that saw him come from the back of the grid to finish eighth. The series heads to the Winton SuperSprint this week for round five of the season.